Listening In to Trump

As President Trump careers erratically and emotionally from tweet to tweet the world wonders what can possibly come next. There seems to be no limit to his flights of polemic, and one of those on March 4 concerned an assertion that he had been spied upon by his predecessor, Barack Obama, which he considered «Terrible! Just found … Continue reading Listening In to Trump

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WhatsApp, Telegram ‘severe’ security flaw pinpointed following #Vault7 release © Dado Ruvic / Reuters

WhatsApp, Telegram ‘Severe’ Security Flaw Pinpointed Following #Vault7 Release

A flaw in popular messenger apps WhatsApp and Telegram, which could allow hackers to gain access to hundreds of millions of accounts using the very encryption software designed to keep them out, has been discovered by cyber security firm Check Point. A flaw in popular messenger apps WhatsApp and Telegram, which could allow hackers to … Continue reading WhatsApp, Telegram ‘Severe’ Security Flaw Pinpointed Following #Vault7 Release

The Anti-Russian Campaign Gathers Force

On January 30 NBC News reported that «On a snowy Polish plain dominated by Russian forces for decades, American tanks and troops sent a message to Moscow and demonstrated the firepower of the NATO alliance. Amid concerns that President Donald Trump's commitment to NATO is wavering, the tanks fired salvos that declared the 28-nation alliance a vital deterrent … Continue reading The Anti-Russian Campaign Gathers Force

What is the CIA Hack All About? The Danger Lies in What Might be Coming Next

The WikiLeaks exposure of thousands of documents relating to the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) hacking program, which was expanded dramatically under President Barack Obama between 2013 and 2016, has created something of a panic in the users of cell phones, online computers and even for smart television viewers. The documents describe “more than a thousand … Continue reading What is the CIA Hack All About? The Danger Lies in What Might be Coming Next

How Come the CIA is World’s Hackfest Central Now

Once Wikileaks released thousands of documents uncovering the extensive scope of the US CIA’s hacking, including a wide range of programs and backdoors that allow the wiretapping of smartphones, personal computers and even smart TVs, the whole world has once again had the chance to learn that it’s not the mysterious “Russian hackers” that pose the … Continue reading How Come the CIA is World’s Hackfest Central Now